Library North A124
Phone: (323) 343–3820 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: Monday–Thursday 8 a.m.–6 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
The Graduate Resource Center provides academic support, professional development, and community-building opportunities in a space dedicated to graduate students. We guide students through writing, editing, and formatting the thesis and dissertation and assist in preparing their work for publication; host workshops and presentations to support students’ academic and professional development; and act as a general resource for graduate student needs. We strive to arm graduate students with the tools required in the next steps of their academic and professional journeys.
TEMPORARY — NO STUDENT ACCESS TO GRC
After a temporary relocation this summer, the Office of Graduate Studies and the Graduate Resource Center have returned to Library North A124. However, due to continuing renovations on Level A, student access to the GRC is closed. Graduate Studies and GRC staff are nonetheless in the office and will answer phone calls and emails. Students may drop off documents and paperwork at the Circulation Desk of the Library. We apologize for the inconvenience.
New Graduate Student Orientation
August 10 & August 18, 2–5pm
Thesis Workshops, Fall 2017
To be announced
Students who complete a culminating project, such as a thesis or dissertation, file their finished manuscript with the University via our office. Our staff assists students with the format review, and we provide additional support in the form of workshops.
The Graduate Writing Support Program is available to all graduate students! Schedule a 50-minute appointment with a Writing Consultant today.